Solo Hunting in the Backcountry
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As I hiked into my camp for the January archery deer hunt here in Arizona, my mind raced with anticipation of the unknown. Would I see anyone else? Not likely. … Read More

How to Plan an Out-of-State Backpack Hunt
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The possibility of hunting out of state is becoming a reality for more and more folks.  When I was younger, I thought I would never be able to do something … Read More

3 Free Ways to Lighten Your Pack
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Outside of purchasing something new, no one really talks about how to effectively drop your overall pack weight.  I had the pleasure of hiking over 2000 miles of the Pacific … Read More

Finding A Hunting Partner — Choose Wisely
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I have been fortunate enough to have some great hunting partners over the years; and I haven’t had to look far to find them. Growing up, it was always my … Read More

Western Hunting Packs for the Whitetail Hunter?
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Learn how whitetail hunter and videographer, Wade James, uses his Exo Mountain Gear pack as a solution for hauling treestands and camera equipment for whitetail hunting… Frame packs aren’t just for … Read More

Backcountry to the Backyard — Thoughts on Balancing Family and Hunting
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The laundry is piling up, my wife won’t stop talking about all of the weird documentaries she’s been watching while I’ve been away, and my grass is a foot tall. … Read More

How To Start Backpack Hunting
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I remember when I was younger, the thought of backpack hunting sounded ridiculous to me.  Obviously, this was because of my lack of education on the matter.  I distinctly recall … Read More

Mental Battles of Hunting the Backcountry
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The upcoming seasons are right around the bend.  We have all been shooting our bows relentlessly in preparation for that moment we have been dreaming about all year.  That moment when … Read More

The Psychology of a Hunting Partnership
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In the 1960s, there was a popular though somewhat controversial idea amongst psychologists that sibling order expressed tremendous influence upon social structure and relationship functions. For example, younger brothers of … Read More

Food Is Fuel — Sustained Energy for the Backcountry Hunter
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You’ve trained all year, did all your research, drew your tag, and have the latest gear — it’s finally time to leave civilization behind for that backcountry hunt.  As you … Read More

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